Singh Is Bling Expected Total Box Office Collection
Upcoming Bollywood action comedy film Singh Is Bliing is all set to hit the theatres this friday. This film directed by Prabhu Deva and produced by Ashvini Yardi and Jayantilal Gada under the banners Grazing Goat Pictures and Pen India Pvt. Ltd. The film features Akshay Kumar, Amy Jackson, Lara Dutta and Deedag Ali in lead roles. It started filming on 3 April 2015 in Patiala, and now ready to hit theaters. The film is scheduled to be released on 2 October 2015. Every year, the box office has seen a good business over this period and this time with a much-awaited long weekend coming up with 2nd October, the business is all set to soar as two big films Puli and Singh Is Bliing are set to release. The audience will, as usual, enjoy seeing Akshay’s stunts. Apart from Akshay, the audience also got a glimpse of Amy Jackson performing some brilliant action sequences. On th whole, the “Singh Is Bliing” trailer shows that the film is made only for Akshay as it has all the elements that his fans expect from him, action and comedy.
Singh Is Bliing Collection Prediction
The film has a huge buzz and the millions of views that the film’s trailer and its songs are getting are a sign of it. Singh Is Bliing could have amassed a whopping figure on its opening day considering that it is releasing on a holiday but due to its clash with Puli, the film will accumulate a slightly lower figure. Yet, the film is expected to open big with a collection of around 15-16 crores on Day 1. The film is definitely expected to cash in a 50 crore in its three days. The film is expected to be high on positive word of mouth and thus if it maintains collections in the range of 6-7 crores over the first week, it will be hitting a total of 72+ crores or more. Anyhow, Budget of the film is not revealed anywhere but as the shooting has been done in Punjab, Goa & Romania hence it is obvious that it is a nice budgeted film but due to not so star powered leads the overall cost is expected to be medium. Release number of screens is also not too wide but surely good enough to cover most f the dominated arts in the country.